See what the fuss is about at the Artes de la Rosa Cultural Center for the Arts, an award-winning endeavor that explores Latino arts and culture. The entertainment complex includes outdoor plaza and art gallery, which are used for performances and receptions.
Artes de la Rosa Cultural Center for the Arts is dedicated to preserving and interpreting the art and culture of the Latino community and its history. The theater has become an award winning establishment due to its children's programming and its critically acclaimed performances.
Some of the awards and accolades include the 2003 Fort Worth Weekly "Best Of" award for Best Arts Experience for Kids, the 2007 Fort Worth Weekly "Best Performing Arts Organization" award, the theater was designated an American Masterpiece by the Texas Commission for the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts in 2008 and from 2005 to 2008 the theater was honored at the Kennedy Center Awards for its stand-out ethnic specific performing arts focus.
The Rose Marine Theater offers an intimate setting for the audience and is capable of seating 254 people. An outdoor plaza and art gallery reside near the theater, utilized for performances and receptions.
Join the cultural movement with the rest of the city at the Bass Performance Hall, the center of Fort Worth's arts and entertainment district. The Hall is home to notable ensembles like the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra, Texas Ballet Theater and Fort Worth Opera.
The Bass Performance Hall serves as a permanent home to the major arts of Fort Worth. The Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra, Texas Ballet Theater, Fort Worth Opera and the Van Cliburn International Piano Competition and Cliburn Concerts all perform at Bass Hall. The performance hall also welcomes other acts to contribute to the cultural education of its audiences. The 2,056-seat hall was a privately funded endeavor and is now considered the crown jewel of Fort Worth's cultural district, the third largest cultural district in the nation.
If you love Broadway musicals and renditions of favorite stories and fairy tales, the Casa Mañana Theatre delivers. The playhouse is known for well-known productions like "Hairspray" and "The Wizard of Oz."
The Casa Manana Theatre is located in the Fort Worth Cultural District. The theater produces Broadway plays like "Hairspray" and "Evita." In 1962, the theater began a program for children called the Children's Playhouse. Over 150,000 children a year see performances like "Snow White and the Seven Dwarves," "Brer Rabbit" and "The Wizard of Oz."
Casa Manana established a theater school shortly after the Children's Playhouse began. The Casa Manana Theatre School holds acting, musical theater, dance and voice lessons for children four and older. The school is now one of the largest of its kind in the nation.
Celebrate the arts at the Fort Worth Community Arts Center, the epicenter of the artistic community in Fort Worth. Here, you'll find a sampling of expressions in dance, music, theater, opera and the studio arts
The 77,000 square foot Fort Worth Community Arts Center showcases artists in the fields of dance, theater, studio art, music, opera and poetry. The center's endeavor is to make its exhibitions, performances, workshops, classrooms and office spaces more accessible to regional artists and arts organizations. The works of contemporary, visual and performing artists are featured for the celebration of ideas and creativity, and the benefit of the audiences.
Discover theatrical entertainment through the lens of the African-American experience at the Jubilee Theatre. Superior educational programs and community outreach efforts make the Jubilee a leader in the artistic community.
The Jubilee Theater produces musicals and plays with universal meanings that reflect the African-American experience. Since opening in 1981, the theater has doubled its budget, increased its body of work, and has a growing audience. Jubilee performs works like "Travelin' Shoes" and "The Tempest" for over 15,000 people annually. The theater started an educational program that has reached over 38,000 students in the Fort Worth Independent School District. Through its work and community outreach, the Jubilee Theater has become an artistic community leader.
Gain a world-wide perspective on the performance arts with the Pantagleize Theatre Company. Besides U.S. productions, the theater stages plays from France, Poland, Holland, Mexico, Norway, South Africa, Ireland and Romania.
The Pantagleize Theatre Group brings rare plays of international significance to Fort Worth. The theater has produced plays from France, Poland, Holland, Mexico, Norway, South Africa, Ireland, Romania and the United States. Since its beginning in 2002, Pantagleize has receive grants from organizations like the Arts Council of Fort Worth and Tarrant County, the City of Fort Worth and the Amon G. Carter Foundation. The Pantagleize Theatre Company encourages personal and artistic growth to both its performers and audiences through its culturally diverse body of work.
Depart from the ordinary at the Stage West Theatre, a renown regional theater company that produces a variety of entertainment each year, including works by Shakespeare, Broadway plays, musicals, original plays and world premiers.
Stage West is a professional theater company that strives to cultivate the artistic development of actors, directors, designers, playwrights and to present a wide range of shows to broaden the theatrical experience of patrons.
Stage West has produced 198 shows including 180 plays, 18 musicals, works by Shakespeare, Broadway plays, musicals, original plays and world premiers. The theater has become a respected institution among American regional theaters.
The theater is part of the non-profit Allied Theatre Group. Stage West seats up to 150 guests, has a lobby, a dining area and a popular dinner service.